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Two patients taken to hospital following car crash

By 15 June 2014 2

Firefighters and intensive care paramedics have treated two female patients, aged in their 20′s following a single vehicle crash on Canberra Ave, Fyshwick.

ACT Fire & Rescue and the ACT Ambulance Service used hydraulic rescue tools to free the driver who was trapped and has been treated for a fractured leg.

The second patient was not trapped in the vehicle and was treated for minor injuries .

Both patients have been taken to The Canberra Hospital.

(ESA Media Release)

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2 Responses to Two patients taken to hospital following car crash
#1
Simmo8:56 am, 15 Jun 14

Really? ACT Ambulance Service used hydraulic rescue tools?

#2
knuckles11:19 am, 15 Jun 14

Yeah, it’s a bit like the fire brigade claiming that they are primary response to most medical emergencies.

Load of b#llocks!

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